There is doubt that Kindle Paperwhite is the most popular e-reader in the world. Recently, Amazon has introduced the latest version of Kindle Paperwhite, The Amazon All-New Kindle Paperwhite. And very soon, this e-reader received a lot of positive reviews from both customers and experts. For anyone who prepare to buy this tablet then the Black Friday and Cyber Monday 2013 is the perfect time to do this since Amazon has offered some interested Black Friday & Cyber Monday Kindle Paperwhite Deals. Similar to the last year these Black Friday & Cyber Monday Kindle Paperwhite Deals you can help save up to $50
Black Friday & Cyber Monday All-New Kindle Paperwhite Deals
Kindle Paperwhite Features
Unlike tablets, Kindle Paperwhite is designed to deliver the best reading experience
- Read for free—with Amazon Prime, Kindle owners can choose from hundreds of thousands of books to borrow for free from the Kindle Owners’ Lending Library. Learn more
- No screen glare in bright sunlight
- Read with one hand—over 30% lighter than iPad mini
- Battery lasts weeks, not hours
- Next-gen built-in light—read without eyestrain
All-New Kindle Paperwhite 2013 Overview
If you had told us at roughly this time last year that the e-reader race would be heating up going into the 2012 holiday season, we would have disagreed. If anything, 2011 seemed like the beginning of the end. Spurred on by the tablet explosion, companies like Amazon, Barnes & Noble and even Kobo were looking toward that space for inspiration, introducing flagship devices on which reading was just one of many features. Heck, even the readers themselves started to look more tablet-like, with many abandoning of physical keyboards in favor of infrared touchscreens.
But here we are at the end of September, and this product category has never been more exciting. Back in May, Barnes & Noble captured our hearts and midnight reading marathons with the Nook Simple Touch with GlowLight, a wordy name for a great little device that made reading in bed at night a little easier. (A problem, according to Barnes & Noble, that was tearing the country’s families apart.) But don’t let it be said that Amazon doesn’t believe in the American family. Earlier this month, the company launched the Kindle Paperwhite, the latest addition to a product lineup that has more or less become synonymous with the term “e-reader.”
At that launch event, CEO Jeff Bezos described the four years of R&D that went into the front light technology powering that bright screen. It was clear from our hands-on time with the device that, although Amazon is placing extra emphasis on the Fire line these days, it still has a lot invested in the e-reader fight. The sharpened, illuminated text is impressive, and Amazon has gone so far as to describe this as the Kindle it’s always wanted to build. That’s all well and good, but how does it compare to similar offerings on the market? Is this worth the $119 asking price (with ads)? Let’s find out.